'Colors That Vibrate' is a collection of songs that represent a musical landmark in David Tagg's life when guitar was the soul vehicle of his creativity. These guitar improvisations were recorded from 2002-2003 without the aid of midi guitar synthesizers or synth guitars. David's approach to the guitar is both playful and inventive in his use of analog guitar effects both old and new. In it's spontaneity, 'Colors That Vibrate' creates its own unique environment with distinct moods and emotions.
Textured soundscapes blend and ooze into thick slabs of hypnotic dub... Dense intricate polyrhythms push and pull against delicate melodies...A thinking person's space music, Omphalos is the center, the object of contemplation, a mingling of past and prescience, of acoustic and digital, of primal and cerebral.
Very focused minimal beats with fleeting yet memorable melodies. This abstract release is detailed and strikingly original. Contempt of time and traditional structure, BRTLMN has created something very special. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Malerhjerne covers many landscapes of electronic music making for a very exciting EP. From the tinny, minimal sound of Magnapinnidae to the ambience of Octava Minor, this collection never waivers from its cohesive foundation. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Analog and Digital converge for an amazing night of music. The David Tagg, Dan Lupkin, Dave Shichman TRIO bring you primal beats, innovative turntablism and intricate noise meeting in a frenzy of improvisation. The night was hosted by percussionlab.com at the Lucky Cat in Brooklyn, NY an amazing venue for abstract, forward thinking music. Special thanks to the wonderfully open minded percussionlab people and all the people that attended.
A low-fi adventure from the backdrops of Slovakia. A journey through sustained emotions that continue unblocked by structure and time. Grurbangi's focus is on melancholic drones... the best kind for your last track of the day.
Music in 2D is a new collaboration between two long time friends and musicians, ambient artist David Tagg, and Dj and vocalist Sheik-mon aka David Shichman. Together, they have been writing music for the last 7 years. This new project combines minimal ambient electronic compositions by David Tagg with vocal soundscapes by sheik-mon. These two tracks, "Flightless me" and "Run thru it" represent two different avenues of electronic music, and should be considered a preview for...
'Pigments That Pulsate' a remix album of David Tagg's EP 'Colors That Vibrate', produced by Atlanta based composer/producer Terry Douglas. This is the first remix of an EED artist released thus far on EED. Terry Douglas has taken this release to all new sonic heights creating something that is truly special and deviates from the original material. The original recording of 'Colors That Vibrate' is gracefully and meticulously split and bent into new structure under Douglas's sure hand.
To celebrate the release of Ascalaphe's 'The Hollander Cafe'. EED presents a companion release of remixes by four of EED's most talented artists. This unique blend of remixes is as interesting as it is diverse with each artist giving their own original interpretation of the song 'Micro'. The original version of 'Micro' appears on Ascalaphe's 'The Hollander Cafe' LP which is now available in limited edition at transceover.org. Check them out! favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Parallel to, but separate from, existing genres of electronic music, BRTLMN is a singular, and above all, musical voice. Challenging, yet eminently listenable, MAKES BODY COLD is a sophisticated, tightly crafted EP. Hypnotic and mercurial, unpredictable but fluid in its delicate variation, it is a unified artistic statement from the haunting vocal melody that opens FEELYAT through to the resounding stillness of 30 HELENS. It is emblematic of the spirit at the core of EED, the ongoing inquiry...